It appears Florida won’t be legalizing open carry, airport carry and campus carry -- at least not this year.
Airbnb and its hosts are taking their fight with the City of Miami off the streets and into the courtroom after months of ongoing controversy and contention with the second-largest city in the state of Florida.
Two proposals to regulate Florida’s marijuana industry continue to weave their way through the halls of the Florida Capitol but there’s still a long way to go for lawmakers to reach any sort of agreement on how to move forward with medical pot in the Sunshine State.
Hope is on the horizon to turn around Florida’s failing schools. On Thursday, Florida House lawmakers approved a plan to turn around failing public schools and “bring hope” back to Florida students.
After years of haggling, the federal government has agreed to give Florida $1.5 billion to cover the state’s Low Income Pool, a massive uptick from the original amount proposed under former President Barack Obama.
Florida lawmakers aren't totally certain a plan to "bring hope" back to children enrolled in failing schools will be successful, strongly objecting to the GOP-led measure debated in the House Wednesday afternoon.
Twelve Florida cities can thank baseball and Airbnb for a massive uptick in business this spring, according to the latest data from the popular homesharing site.
There’s less than a month to go until the Florida Legislature is set to call it quits, bang the gavel and head home after hammering out a state budget and passing a series of bills to become law this summer, but it remains to be seen how one issue in particular -- over Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida -- will pan out this year.
Florida has declared a state of emergency in Florida as wildfires rage on across the state, devastating wildlife and wreaking havoc on acres of land in Central Florida this week.
2018 may seem far away, but the National Congressional Committee isn’t wasting any time trying to knock off one of its biggest targets next year.
On Tuesday, the NRCC released a digital billboard in Florida’s 7th Congressional district, which is currently represented by Democrat U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy.
The billboard, which was placed off of I-4 in Winter Park, blasts Murphy for her commitment to Obamacare and the single-payer healthcare system. The billboard also includes Murphy's office phone number.